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1Feb/20

DIANE KEATON / EDIE FALCO AT 92Y

New York City native Edie Falco will be at the 92nd St. Y on February 6 to talk about her new police drama on CBS

New York City native Edie Falco will be at the 92nd St. Y on February 6 to talk about her new LA-set police drama on CBS

92nd St. Y
1395 Lexington Ave. between 91st & 92nd St.
Diane Keaton: Kauffman Concert Hall, Tuesday, February 4, $50-$65, 7:00
Edie Falco: Buttenwieser Hall, Wednesday, February 5, $35-$40, 7:00
www.92y.org/events

A pair of iconic actresses will be at 92Y this week to discuss their latest projects. On February 4, LA-born Oscar winner Diane Keaton will be in Kauffman Concert Hall in conversation with editor and author David Ebershoff (The Danish Girl), talking about her new book, Brother and Sister: A Memoir, which deals with her relationship with her younger sibling, Randy. Tickets includes a copy of the book. On February 5, Manhattan native Edie Falco will be in Buttenwieser Hall in conversation with CBS This Morning: Saturday cohost Michelle Miller (replacing the previously announced Jane Pauley), chatting about Falco’s new TV series, Tommy, in which the four-time Emmy winner and Tony nominee stars as the first woman police chief of the LAPD, a single mother who is gay. The show is created by the Bronx-born Paul Attanasio, whose other series include Homicide: Life on the Street and Bull.

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